A Biot’s Odyssey is now available in everywhere, as well as in digital versions

A Biot’s Odyssey is now available in print and e-book formats on both Amazon and Barnes and Noble as well as other e-book distributors: Apple iBooks (iBooks Canada) , Sony and Kobo or ePUB format from Smashwords. You can look it up by the title as well as ISBN 9781988657042.

It would be much appreciated if you would write a review for Goodreads as well as Amazon and B&N.

Meanwhile I’m working on other books and thinking about a follow up story to A Biot’s Odyssey. It involves the Biots and the robots they encounter in Odyssey searching for a reclusive 7th species in the Milky Way. At the same time, they want to develop a way to inculcate artificial life with the kind of empathy for organic species that will overcome the fears of Artificial Intelligence shared by humans, bSecunds and Dublos. It involves understanding why Beings don’t possess this fear and in fact always encouraged the Biots.

Beyond that, my Ultimate Wizard story is out for consideration by a publisher and I’m working on final edits of By Intelligent Design about a deadly pandemic that appears to be engineered to wipe out most of humanity while altering the few survivors.

After that there’s Consciousness Rising, which is a rough draft form from the 1994 NaNoWriMo and The Circle, my only fantasy story.

Most of my reading in the past year has been non-fiction, which has generated plenty of ideas for my science fiction stories. Among the books I’d recommend are Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind and the sequel, Homo Deus, by Yuvul Noah Harari and Machines of Loving Grace by John Markoff. Lots of ideas to chew over in Harari’s work while Markoff detracts from his insightful ideas into the fears of artificial intelligence with too much insider information of the architects of the computer and information revolution.

Meanwhile my freelance journalism has been hectic all fall and winter so far. My main customers are trade publications; Ontario Farmer, Manitoba Co-operator, Canadian Sailings and IHS Fairplay. I’ve also started to contribute a story or two a week to Nationalnewswatch.com.

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